The president of government in functions, Peter
Sanchez, and the leader of United
We can, Paul
Churches, have reached a pre-agreement to form together a coalition government that unlocks the political situation in Spain.
Both leaders, who have summoned the press this noon in the Congress of Deputies, yesterday held a discreet meeting in which they decided to resume talks to govern together in similar terms to how they developed during the 48 hours of heart attack last July.
Churches it will be who occupies the second vice-presidency of the Government, with powers, most likely, in social rights, and behind which it would be first vice-president, who would be Nadia
Calviño, as Sanchez announced in the electoral debate.